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Hale Farm and Village

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Wonderful Wedding Venue

When our daughter got engaged, she told us she wanted to have her wedding someplace off the beaten... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Cleveland, Ohio
Hale Farm history

We went first thing on a Sunday. Not too many people there yet. Being a Sunday not all the exhibit... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2018
Mentor, Ohio
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When our daughter got engaged, she told us she wanted to have her wedding someplace off the beaten path that had charm and rustic elegance. We found all of that at Hale Farm and Village! We decided to make it a "3-tiered" event with the...More

Thank LauriB1
Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

We went first thing on a Sunday. Not too many people there yet. Being a Sunday not all the exhibit houses had a host. The ones that were there were well informed of the place. The glass blowing was fascinating. I did notice as I...More

1  Thank juliebY4632SQ
Reviewed 4 September 2018

We did the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad to Hale Farm & Village. We left from the Akron Northside Station, and 30 minutes later we got off at the Indigo Lake Station. The train ride was pleasant, and the staff very informative. It was 90 degrees...More

Thank TravelerELO
Reviewed 30 August 2018

I want to be clear that I am only reviewing the restaurant at Hale Farm, not the attraction in general. Based on the menu on the website, Café 1810 sounded like a great place to stop for a bite. Reasonable prices, a great setting, and...More

Thank JanWill
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

I was expecting a first- person interpretation which means that the inhabitants of a structure work as actors who play out the livelihood of a certain year and setting. I remember years ago the actors pretended to be living in the homes, there was a...More

2  Thank Valerie M
Reviewed 10 August 2018

We took our younger kids (4 & 6) here to visit and had a wonderful time. My 6-year-old in particular loved it and there's a lot to see and do for the price point. The village has a nice variety of homes that people lived...More

1  Thank ThemacMd
Reviewed 4 August 2018

Must see this beautiful place! Bring your hat for shade, and wear comfortable clothes/shoes since there is plenty of buildings to explore. Each building has a costumed actor that will tell you about the year, purpose of the house and answer any questions. The GPS...More

Thank MikeVicky
Reviewed 21 July 2018

It is, honestly, a jaw-dropping show! One of the best reenactments we've seen! My kid will never again say that Civil War is boring! Everything is real, the uniforms, the horses, the cannons, even the smell of gun powder in the air! And President Lincoln...More

Thank BuckeyeAdventures
Reviewed 12 July 2018

Hale Farm and Village is a beautiful place to go to learn about what life was like in the 1800s. Visitors roam between many historical buildings, barns, and structures, learning from a docent stationed in each one. The village has a blacksmith, glass blower, school...More

Thank Lindsey B
Reviewed 22 December 2017

The Lantern Tour at Hale Farm is a December delight. You wander on the path with a lantern to light your way from one house to the next, to the church and to the school house. Each destination has a story related to the holiday...More

Thank Mary D
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Response from Podpocket | Reviewed this property |
well i went in a wheel chair, and i would say unless you have an electric chair that can handle gravel roads, the people i was with had a hell of a time pushing me AND i almost ended up on my head a few times. none of the... More
18 December 2015|
Response from Cassie4d4 |
Would this be a good place for kids? (Age's 4-7)